Badge of the Military Gendarmerie
|Branch||Polish Armed Forces|
|Current Commander||Brigadier General Tomasz Po?uch|
Polish military police traces its history to the communist era Military Internal Service (Polish: Wojskowa S?u?ba Wewn?trzna), World War II-era Service for Protection of the Uprising (Polish: Wojskowa S?u?ba Ochrony Powstania), interwar-era military police in the Second Polish Republic, formations of the January and November Uprising, Duchy of Warsaw and finally, some officials of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, first created in early 17th century.
The modern Polish Military Gendarmerie was formed on September 1, 1990 on the basis of order No. Pf-42 / Org. Minister of National Defense of 18 April 1990 and order No. 062 / Org. Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army of June 15, 1990. At this formation the structure was as follows:
In addition, the following Military Gendarmerie Departments were established: Warsaw, Krakow, Bydgoszcz, Szczecin, Wroc?aw and Pozna?, and also the Military Gendarmerie Training Center in Mi?sk Mazowiecki.
The ?W is organized into:
The current commander is brigadier general Miros?aw Rozmus.
|Glock 17||Austria||9 mm Para Semi-Auto Pistol||Glock 17||1,500|||
|PM-84 Glauberyt||Poland||9 mm Para Submachine Gun||
|MP5||Germany||9 mm Para Submachine Gun||MP5A3|||
|Mossberg 500||United States||12 gauge||M50440|||
|Kbk wz. 1996 Mini-Beryl||Poland||5.56mm NATO Carbine||wz. 1996B
|UKM-2000||Poland||7.62mm NATO general purpose machine gun||UKM-2000P
|Sako TRG||Finland||7.62mm NATO Sniper Rifle||TRG-22|||
|Land Rover Defender||United Kingdom||Four-wheel Multi-Purpose Drive Vehicle||100|||
|AMZ ?o?|| Italy
|Skoda Octavia||Czech Republic||Intervention vehicle|||
|Ford Transit||United States||Van|||
|Opel Insignia||Germany||Patrol car|
Soldiers of the Military Police died during their official duties: